Pocket Anesthesia Second Edition by Richard D. Urman


Pocket Anesthesia Second Edition(Pocket Notebook Series)

by Richard D. Urman in 2012

Written by residents, fellows, and attending staff, Pocket Anesthesia provides a practical, concise, up-to-date source

Pocket Anesthesia By Richard D. Urman of information for management of the most common perioperative conditions facing today’s anesthesia provider. Our goal in writing this pocket guide was to give you a useful, evidence-based reference which providers can refer to, in order to quickly find the most relevant information they need.

For this second edition, we updated much of the information to reflect current knowledge and significantly expanded regional anesthesia and chronic pain management chapters.  We also expanded coverage of ultrasonography and echocardiography. We are grateful for the support of all our contributors from many different institutions across the country. With its basic and advanced content, this book is intended for a wide audience, from students and resident trainees to experienced practitioners.

Great clinical reference especially because the index makes it easy to find things in terms you would search for. I just wish it had a few pages dedicated to charts with peds drug dosing with quick references by kg because I have to carry a second reference for peds. I carry it everyday as an SRNA and often the CRNAs will flip through it and say it’s a great tool and they want it too.

This book came highly recommended by a recently graduated CRNA from a program I am about to enter. As my knowledge on the subject is beyond novice, I can only speak to its high recommendation from my friend. Looking through the book it does appear easy to use and will hopefully be of benefit in my anesthesia studies.

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